UFC 214 takes place on Saturday, July 29, 2017 at the Honda Center in Anaheim, California. The main card airs on pay-per-view starting 10 p.m. following the FS1 prelims. Light heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier meets returning lineal champion - and arguably the greatest fighter of all time - Jon Jones in the main event.
The man many consider the MMA GOAT is returning - and he’s coming for the title. Jon Jones, who will finally make his way back to the octagon after a PEDs suspension, will meet heated rival Daniel Cormier in the main event of UFC 214.
The legacies of both men are at stake: “DC” has admitted that his career isn’t complete until he beats Jones, and Jones needs to prove that he’s still the same fighter before years of issues derailed an already-legendary career.
Cormier-Jones headlines a night with three title fights, with Cris Cyborg meeting Tonya Evinger for the women’s featherweight championship, and Tyron Woodley defending the welterweight strap against Demian Maia.
In some cases, UFC odds for these matches are already available at BookMaker.eu. We’ve got these listed for you, but be sure to check back during fight week for UFC odds on every fight!
UFC 214 Odds - Daniel Cormier vs Jon Jones Prediction
Jon Jones, arguably the greatest fighter of all time, returns to action this Saturday. And if that statement alone isn’t enough to get your stoked, consider the fact that he’s meeting his arch-rival Daniel Cormier in an attempt to win back the belt that was stripped from him for a bunch of personal problems.
This is one of the most important MMA fights of the year, putting the legacies of the two best light heavyweights in the world at stake. No less important - on a personal level anyway - is the money you might have at risk. So let’s take a look at the UFC odds at BookMaker.eu and make sure that you’re making the smart plays. Continue...
Today's UFC 214 odds at BookMaker.eu
Opening Odds: Justino (-1220) - Evinger (+770)
Cris “Cyborg” Justino (17-1, 15 KOs) will meet Tonya Evinger (19-5, 8 KOs, 7 SUBs) for the vacant women’s bantamweight championship at UFC 214 on Saturday, July 29, 2017 at the Honda Center in Anaheim, California. The main card airs on pay-per-view starting 10 p.m. following the FXX prelims. Continue...
Opening odds: Woodly (-190) - Maia (+165)
It took a seven-fight win streak and an extraordinary amount of patience, but Demian Maia will finally be fighting for the title this Saturday. The Brazilian jiu-jitsu ace will challenge welterweight champion Tyron Woodley in the co-main event of UFC 214 in a matchup that presents a compelling clash of styles. For Maia, it’s his second chance at a title at 39 years old, having once fought Anderson Silva in 2010 for the middleweight title (Maia lost a lopsided decision). Continue...
Featherweights - Jason Knight vs. Ricardo Lamas
Ricardo Lamas is a slight favorite vs. Jason Knight at UFC 214 on Saturday night at the Honda Center in Anaheim, California. Lamas is 17-5 in his career, while Knight is 20-2. This fight is one of four on the FXX portion of the preliminary card, leading up to a five-fight main card that features Daniel Cormier taking on Jon Jones. Let’s look at Lamas vs. Knight and UFC picks. Continue...
Light Heavyweight - Jimi Manuwa vs. Volkan Oezdemir
Featherweight - Doo Ho Choi vs. Andre Fili
Bantamweight - Aljamain Sterling vs. Renan Barao
Aljamain Sterling is a slight favorite vs. Renan Barao at UFC 214 on Saturday night in Anaheim. Sterling is 13-2 in his career, while Barao is 34-4-1. Sterling has lost two of his last three fights, while Barao has lost three of his last five bouts. This fight is one of four on the FXX portion of the preliminary card, leading up to a five-fight main card that features Daniel Cormier taking on Jon Jones. Let’s look at Sterling vs. Barao and UFC picks. Continue...
Featherweight - Renato Moicano vs. Brian Ortega
Renato Moicano is a slight favorite against Brian Ortega on Saturday night at UFC 214 in Anaheim. Both fighters come into this bout unbeaten, as Ortega is 11-0 with one no contest, while Moicano is 10-0-1. This fight is one of four on the FXX portion of the preliminary card, leading up to a five-fight main card that features Daniel Cormier taking on Jon Jones. Let’s look at Ortega vs. Moicano UFC odds and UFC picks. Continue...
Lightweight - Andre Fili vs. Calvin Kattar
Andre Fili is a big favorite to defeat Calvin Kattar at UFC 214 on Saturday night in Anaheim. Kattar will be making his UFC debut and fighting on short notice, as he replaces Doo Ho Choi. Kattar is 16-2 in his career, while Fili is 16-4. This fight is one of four on the FXX portion of the preliminary card, leading up to a five-fight main card that features Daniel Cormier taking on Jon Jones. Let’s look at Fili vs. Kattar and UFC picks. Continue...
Women’s Strawweight - Kailin Curran vs. Alexandra Albu
Lightweight - Josh Burkman vs. Drew Dober
Heavyweight - Dmitri Smoliakov vs. Adam Wieczorek
Flyweight - Eric Shelton vs. Jarred Brooks
The more you look at this card, the more stacked you should realize this is. Cris freaking Cyborg is fighting for a title, against her most meaningful competition in years. Anytime Justino steps into the ring, it’s guaranteed violence, bloodshed and concussions.
Demian Maia has been wrapping up all opponents in his path, but can he do yet another anaconda impression against, Tyron Woodley, the most explosive athlete in the division? For Woodley, defending his strap against the No. 1 contender would set up a big money fight against Hall of Famer GSP in the future.
Speaking of concussions, featherweight knockout artist Doo Ho Choi is back after coming up short in a Fight of the Year against Cub Swanson. The South Korean slugger meets Andri Fili, who will be happy to bang against a brawler like Choi.
Light heavyweight Volkan Oezdemir scored a huge upset over Ovince St. Preux in his UFC debut, then shocked the world again with a knockout win over prized prospect Misha Cirkunov. His rise up the rankings is one of the year’s big surprises, and now he’s facing one-hitter quitter Jimi Manuwa - who is a bona fide title contender.
After a tough loss to Mickey Gall, UFC golden boy Sage Northcutt is back - with a much smaller hype train behind him this time. Makdessi might not be contender material, but he’s a respected vet that could very well end Northcutt’s buzz for good. This is a very important fight for the young karateka.
It really sucks that The Korean Zombie got injured prior to a high stakes fight against No. 3 featherweight Ricardo Lamas, but replacing TKZ with Jason Knight helps mitigate the loss. Knight is 20-2 overall and has won his last four fights.
In a clash between two undefeated prospects, 10-0-1 Renato “Carneiro” Mociano meets Brian “T-City” Ortega, who is 11-0. Carneiro is a fantastic submission artist, while Ortega is an excellent wrestler. That’s gonna be a sick ground fight.
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